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Wildlife and Habitat

512 Avocet

The Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex provides nearly 70,000 acres of wetland, grassland, and riparian habitats for a wide array of waterfowl, shorebirds, raptors, waterbirds, songbirds, reptiles, and mammals.  The Complex currently supports nearly 300 species of birds.

  • Wildlife

    Bufflehead

    Sutter NWR and the other refuges of the Sacramento Complex are best known for the large number of waterfowl, but also host shorebirds, waterbirds, raptors, songbirds, reptiles, and mammals. Click the link to visit the Sacramento NWR's wildlife page.

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  • Habitats

    Wetlands

    Refuges are important to wildlife because they provide unique habitats including wetlands, vernal pools, alkali meadows, grasslands, and riparian forests. Click the link to visit Sacramento NWR's habitat page.

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Page Photo Credits — Avocet by Mike Peters, By Mike Peters, By Sharon Hubbell
Last Updated: May 17, 2013
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